Cyber-physical systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT) are close modern concepts and meta-technologies which become more and more important and challengeable for critical domains such as traffic control and safety, advanced automotive systems, intelligent buildings, environment monitoring, smart energy management, intellectual transport, health systems, etc. CPS integrates the dynamics of the physical processes with those of the communications, computation and networking, and analysis techniques for the integrated systems.
The explosive growth of the “Internet of Things” is changing our world and the vast amount of IoT components allows engineers to innovate new designs and products at home and industry. In this workshop, you will learn the importance of IoT in society, the current components of typical IoT devices and trends for the future. IoT design considerations, physical and cyber security, constraints and interfacing between the physical world and IoT device will also be covered.
Please do not miss this rare opportunity to learn to design and create IoT solution on Raspberry Pi platform. This workshop will cover a hands-on approach in configuring IoT sensors, gateway and cloud in a lab-setting environment.
Date: 19 July 2017, Wednesday
Venue: General Lab, Level 4, UTM AIS, Menara Razak
Fees: Early Bird: RM200 (Deadline 13 July 2017)
Normal Registration: RM250 (Deadline 17 July 2017)
This workshop is specially designed for Computer Scientist, Electrical, Mechanical and Mechatronic professionals, Engineers of all areas, as well as academics with interest in cyber-physical systems, Internet of Things, big data analytics, embedded systems, microcontrollers, interfacing, sensors and programming. The workshop is highly interactive with short presentations in an all day lab setting with lots of time for experimenting.
Dr. Royan Ong
Mr Adam Rizal Azwar
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UTM AIS, Level 5 Menara Razak,
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.